Below are compiled a few go-bys for arranging furniture. These certainly don’t cover absolutely every situation, but they’re some great rules of thumb for arranging furniture!
Lighting is often overlooked in the decor of an office – but it makes all the difference. There’s nothing more powerful you can do in making an already-decent space look great than lighting it well. No matter your office situation – working from home, working from a cubicle, or even working in an open concept […]
If you don’t have the eye for design, you’ve probably not heard these rules before. Luckily, they’ll help you fake it until you develop that incredibly specific skillset.
It’s important, before thinking about anything else at all, to know what sort of palette you’re wanting for your office. If you’re a creative, then you can use big, bold colors – but if, for example, you run a legal office, that’s probably not as likely to be appropriate.
There was once a time when the average person, by and large, didn’t sit down all that much over the course of a day, and perhaps then ergonomics wasn’t so important. But computers have changed all that – we’re largely sedentary, and as a result we’re often afflicted by pain, lumbar issues in particular. Ergonomics is the science of fixing all that, but it’s not well understood.